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RT-2087/ZPX micro Mode IFF Transponder
The RT-2087/ZPX-B (ZPX-B) is a complete, Low-SWaP Combat ID and Air Traffic Control surveillance system designed to satisfy Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Transponder and ADS-B requirements for UAS operating both in the battlefield and in civilian airspace. When combined with a micro-crypto, small and tactical UAS benefit from interoperability using Mode 5 - the latest IFF encryption standard adopted by NATO and its allies. An internal crypto emulator comes as standard for non-classified development, testing, and NSM operation. ADS-B In is a supported native function providing Detect and Avoid (DAA) functionality. Ethernet control is an available option.

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ZPX-A
RT-2087/ZPX-A (or ZPX-A) is a complete system designed to meet the Transponder and Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) surveillance requirements of both civilian and military users wanting to operate an Unmanned Aircraft (UA) in controlled airspace. It’s derived from the successful uAvionix TSO-certified ping200X Mode S transponder with Design Assurance Level C. Enhancements to support military users include control of X-bit in Mode A replies and individual on/off mode control.
The system replies to Mode A, Mode C, and Mode S interrogations, and squitters ADS-B messages, all in accordance with RTCA performance standards. Also integrated into ZPX-A is a pressure altitude sensor and encoder that complies with SAE aviation standards. Together, they provide ATC and nearby aircraft equipped with a TCAS or ADS-B receiver full knowledge of the UA’s 3-D whereabouts. Heightened situational awareness leads to timely maneuvering, adequate separation, and enhanced airspace safety that benefits everyone.

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RT-2087/ZPX-A AIMS-certified micro Mode S ADS-B Transponder
RT-2087/ZPX-A (or ZPX-A) is a complete system designed to meet the Transponder and Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) surveillance requirements of both civilian and military users wanting to operate an Unmanned Aircraft (UA) in controlled airspace. It’s derived from the successful uAvionix TSO-certified ping200X Mode S transponder with Design Assurance Level C. Enhancements to support military users include control of X-bit in Mode A replies and individual on/off mode control.
The system replies to Mode A, Mode C, and Mode S interrogations, and squitters ADS-B messages, all in accordance with RTCA performance standards. Also integrated into ZPX-A is a pressure altitude sensor and encoder that complies with SAE aviation standards. Together, they provide ATC and nearby aircraft equipped with a TCAS or ADS-B receiver full knowledge of the UA’s 3-D whereabouts. Heightened situational awareness leads to timely maneuvering, adequate separation, and enhanced airspace safety that benefits everyone.

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ZPX microIFF Solutions
uAvionix ZPX systems enable secure Mode 5 platform identification for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). ZPX transponders and receivers deliver functionality and performance like those on manned aircraft, but at a Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) for carriage by tactical UAS, even ones weighing only 6 kg (Group 1). Each ZPX transponder has a built-in crypto emulator to support development and testing without the security burdens imposed by using actual cryptos. ZPX transponders, by possessing Mode S/1090ES ADS-B functionality, comply with civil requirements and simplify equipage for military aircraft having to transit civil airspace.